US News From Passage Douard to Trempolino, rediscover Nantes through street art
Alvaro’s nice gesture for Mandanda
© Supplied by Sports.fr Alvaro Gonzalez opened the hostilities with a good recovery. There might be something going on at OM. Of positive on the underground, one hears. We will not say that the Olympians are out of the crisis but to underline a slight improvement is a reading just after their performance delivered during the 26th day of Ligue 1. Saturday in Nantes (1-1), the Marseillais did not sink after another blow to the head in the shape of a ball signed Steve Mandanda.
In the streets of Nantes, ephemeral or permanent, frescoes and collages color the walls of buildings. These winter holidays are an opportunity to rediscover the city of Nantes and its surroundings.
Mosaics, stickers, stencils or graffiti: street art brings together a multitude of techniques. In the streets of, ephemeral or permanent, frescoes and collages color the walls of buildings. Behind these creations, there are artists like Ador and Semor, Persu, Zoia or even The Blind, the first to have created works in Braille for the visually impaired.
Paris: the former Nat Sciences teacher takes you on a walk
© LP / Lola Dhers Georges Feterman offers atypical nature walks in Paris. Here, the green belt in the 12th arrondissement. Do you want to go green without leaving the capital? Need to discover new things to escape your monotonous daily life in these times of health crisis? It is now possible with this new book proposed by the former professor of natural sciences Georges Feterman, 20 nature walks in Paris. In his book, the current president of the A.R.B.R.E.S association invites you to change ai
In the Olivettes district, at Passage Douard, residents have made their garage doors available. In particular, you can admire the lettering of Persu. A few steps away, a giant tiger, directed by Thomas, from the Le Cha Ki Pu collective, lines the walls of the entrance to the Pollen, an associative place where artists gather. Since 2014, a futuristic fresco by the Out of Control collective has also been used in a neighborhood car park.
The city of Nantes has made certain places available for street art. The famous luxury Royal fresco, created by David Bartex and installed near the CHU, tells the story of Nantes through its monuments and 200 characters. Likewise, the Teenage Kicks project, led by the Plus de Couleurs collective, led to the installation of a wall in front of Trempolino, on the island of Nantes. Every three months, different artists are invited to cover it.
OM have their coach!
Nasser Larguet's interim is coming to an end. The manager of the Olympique de Marseille training center, called to the rescue after the hasty departure of André Villas-Boas, may even have managed in Nantes (1-1) on Saturday his last game with the Marseille club. Priority target for Marseille leaders since Maurizio Sarri's refusal, Jorge Sampaoli will indeed be OM's new coach.
If the center of Nantes offers a rich street art offer, one can also find frescoes in Saint-Herblain, in the Savèze park, or in Plaisance, in Orvault.Guided tours
Sarah Guilbaud, author of two books on street art, is a guide for Nantes tourisme and offers tours to discover various works of various artists. The objective: "To invite people to open the eye". Some creations, like stickers, can sometimes go unnoticed but nevertheless tell a story. Departing from the tourist office, the visit lasts two hours and costs € 10. From the Olivettes district, via the banks of the Loire, Sarah Guilbaud offers visitors anecdotes and an artistic look at these street works.
The visit being very successful, the next one, scheduled for Thursday March 4, is complete. However, Sarah Guilbaud offers tours on demand in reduced tonnage. Reservations at 06 09 76 90 88.
Covid-19. Demonstrations and "boom boom music" in the West, against health measures .
© Ouest-France A thousand people gathered this Saturday, March 6 in Nantes to denounce the health restrictions linked to the coronavirus pandemic. Several rallies were held this Saturday, March 6 in the West to demand an end to certain health measures imposed in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. Among them, the ban on festive gatherings but also the wearing of compulsory masks or curfews.